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Read Analog Sensors with Arduino

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 30-Dec-2020, Language:English

Read Analog Sensors with Arduino

Read any Analog Sensor and use the data you fetch to make decisions within your code

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 30-Dec-2020, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • How to read Analog Sensors using Arduino
  • Wire Analog Sensors to Arduino
  • Setup your Arduino Sketch
  • Write code to collect readings from Analog Sensors
  • Analyze and Convert Sensor Readings
  • Use sensor data to achieve project goals

Requirements

  • An Internet Connection
  • Basic knowledge in Programming

Description

Read any Analog Sensor and use the data you fetch to make decisions within your code

If you want to build a robot, create a weather station, make a moving Skull, or build prototypes with Arduino, then you’ll want to read data from analog sensors.

In this course, we’re going to explore how to read analog sensors using Arduino. Then, we’re going to take a look at some popular Arduino sensor kits you can purchase for your next project.

And as you know if you want to build a robot, create a weather station or make a moving project, or even build a prototype with your Arduino board. You must read data from analog sensors.

Your project would most likely have a lot of digital and analog sensors, digital sensors are easy to read.

They provide on or off signal but analog sensors are a bit tricky, in this course I'm going to explain how to read analog sensors using Arduino.

We are going to take a look at some popular Arduino sensor modules that you can get and test using the knowledge that you'll gain from this course

What you will learn in this course:

  • Learn how to our unlocks and sorts to our brains.

  • Set up your Arduino sketch

  • Write a code to collect readings from different Arduino sensors.

  • Analyze and convert sensor readings as needed.

  • Sense data to make decisions and change things within your project.

So you will get the sensor reading. You will process it and you will make decisions based on that data.

I'm sure that the knowledge that you will get in this course will help you a lot while making your projects by helping you understand what are analog sensors, how to read them, and how to manipulate the data coming from them.

You will learn as you practice with real-world examples in this course

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone Interested in Learning New Things about Arduino
  • Anyone with slight interest in making great things
  • Arduino Geeks
  • Electronics Geeks
  • Hardware developers

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